Office Assistants

Please meet the friendly faces of the Office of Housing & Residence Life

The Office Assistants in the Office of Housing & Residence Life serve as the departments receptionist. These student workers also reprogram keys for thanksgiving, winter and spring break; answer students questions and miscellaneous tasks within our office. Our Office Assistants are an extension of the Residence Life Staff and are trained to assist our students to the best of their abilities.

Below includes the Office Assistants for the 2014-2015 academic year. Photos and Bios of our Office Assistants will be updated shortly.


 

Name: Hayley Brown

Resident/ Commuter: Resident

Academic Year: Forth Year

Major: Business & Human Resource Management

Position:
Senior Resident Assistant and Office Assistant Manager

 

Name: Morgan Montgomery

Resident/ Commuter: Resident

Academic Year: Third Year

Major: Physical Therapy

Position: Office Assistant

   

Name: Alisa Liu

Resident/ Commuter: Commuter

Academic Year: Second Year

Major: Physician Assistant

Position: Office Assistant

   

Name: Sam Marcellin

Resident/ Commuter: Commuter

Academic Year: Fifth Year

Major: Liberal Studies

Position: Office Assistant

   

Name: Morgan Schaefer

Resident/ Commuter: Commuter

Academic Year: First Year

Major: Physician Assistant

Position: Office Assistant

   

Name: Becca Dewitt

Resident/ Commuter: Resident

Academic Year: Third Year

Major: Biochemistry

Position: Office Assistant

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